Expressing gratitude to your colleagues is shown to make YOU happier–not just the recipient of the gratitude!
However, on a typical day, only 10% of people express genuine and thoughtful gratitude to a colleague.
Some research also shows that receiving gratitude makes employees more engaged at work and more likely to help their colleagues!
Try these tips!
✔️ After a meeting, thank those who attended and be specific about what input was helpful.
✔️ Publicly give credit to those who contribute to your work or your team’s work
✔️ Give a thoughtful compliment to someone who has helped you in the past. It’s never too late to say “thank you” and it could be a great way to get back in touch if you haven’t spoken to them in a while!
💫 BONUS: For more, read “Joy at Work” by Marie Kondo and Mark Sonenshein.
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